Where Am I And Whaddaya Know?

A weekly quiz to test your local knowledge of East Lyme, Old Lyme, and Lyme!


This week I thought I'd choose a cozy scene to warm us all up now that the winter chill is beginning to set in. And once again, the question is:

Where Am I? 

This will be easy for some of you, harder for others, but to make it just a tad more challenging, here are a couple of questions:

  1. What is the name of this prrrrfectly content kitty?
  2. What is going to happen to this place next year? 

Jane Capozza correctly answered the previous quiz—well done, Jane! The answer was Smith Acres on Route 158 in Niantic, a family-run garden center owned by Teri and Joe Smith that specializes in organic and locally-grown produce and plants and trees. The center also boasts the largest selection of pottery for the garden.

I also know from personal experience that this is a really great place to get a Christmas tree if you're looking for a really big one!

As always, if you think you know the answer to this week's quiz, please, write it in the comments. 

Gloria November 26, 2012 at 07:55 PM
Hi, Jayne. Is this the cat at the Lyme Library? Only I have no idea of his/her name, and I have no idea what will happen there next year!
Jayne Keedle November 26, 2012 at 10:24 PM
Hi Gloria, I figured you'd be a shoe-in for this one! As far as I know there is just the one cat, but even if there are more, this at least is the only one in question, and her name is Emma. You are correct, naturally, with the location. It is indeed the Lyme Public Library and, if everything goes according to plan, next summer there will be a groundbreaking to replace the library with a brand spanking new one!
Gloria December 03, 2012 at 06:45 PM
I'm glad I won part of it, Jayne! I don't know why we need a new Library though... this one is quaint and lovely. If something bigger is needed, I wish they'd just add on... If they are making things in this town bigger and more commercial, I wish then they'd open a gas station in Lyme!!


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